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April 20th - May 8th, 2021
Tuesday - Saturday / 12 pm - 10 pm

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Shelter is an immersive exhibition about our domesticity throughout the seasons of life. Inspired by isolation necessitated by the pandemic, eight 6' greenhouses provide viewers a coronavirus safe space to reflect upon their own recent domestic experiences.

"As an artist deeply connected to nature, I have always considered my plants to be a reflection of my personal well-being. Shelter is an immersive exhibition about our domesticity throughout the seasons of life." - Lila Beavers



by Anderson Choral Building
a place for hearts to bloom in the
presence of another

the Hill on Kings & Centenary
shelter for our ghosts; a space to remember those departed

field in between the SUB & Lot 1
a home broken by the growth it nutured

between Jackson Hall & the SUB
a shelter departed and the trace it left behind

by the bridge in the Arboretum
for those in need of rest: shelter from the storm

in the Arboretum, by the lower SUB entrance
plants in quarantine - confined yet sustained

by Admissions, on Centenary Blvd
a growing place for life yet seen

on The Quad in front of Mickle Hall
shelter of the isolated mind; an
inescapable labyrinth

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